HR managers need help and support with dealing with the COVID-19 crisis, here are some tips from a business psychology perspective.
Sarah Niblock, CEO if UKCP, argues that business owners who have run the full gamut of emotions benefit from heightened ‘people skills’ and a greater capacity for compassionate leadership.
This founder has used her psychological expertise to create a girl’s clothing brand that is empowering, breaks stereotypes, and encourages girls to pursue careers in underrepresented sectors.
Further Digital Marketing’s Tabby Farrar spills the magic beans on creating an engaging brand voice and understanding who your customer is.
The movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, based on a novel of the same name, cleverly tilted its humour and various pranks in beginning scenes towards a tragic ending. We’re privy to a mental institution’s patient revolt, as well as its simplistic approach to mental illness.
Author of The Conscious Leader, Shelley Reciniello, specified that business involved far more than spreadsheets and meetings. Understanding psychology proved just as crucial.
Everyone knows that creative thinking is one of the crucial building blocks behind every successful company – billions are made from good ideas every year, yet the equivalent is lost in equally good ideas that get buried or aren’t taken seriously.
As Fordway’s Richard Blanford recovers from the Ride London cycling challenge, he considers what he’s learned and what all business people can learn from the Tour de France.
“Leading by example” isn’t a term to be ignored. Your behaviour can quickly be mimicked – and it can be either detrimental or beneficial to your corporate culture.
Today’s consumers expect relevancy in the messages they receive. They also expect a customer experience that feels tailored to them – and your ideal client is no different.
Many have previously joked that we are more afraid of public speaking than death itself – but it’s a statement research has found to be true. We found out why, as well as how to overcome it.
A few years after the financial crisis and recovery still seems bleak in some parts of the world – with the increasing amount of debt sparking concerns of yet another market crash. But if this is the standard formula for a financial crisis, as history suggests, then why are we caught off guard each time?